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Destroying My Own Novel – Chapter 85 Bahasa Indonesia

“How are you feeling?” Mykel asked as he stood in front of the Azazel tower.

“I’m fine. I don’t want to think about it anymore and I’m thinking of removing my skill because I feel like I don’t want to mess with people’s minds anymore,” Lillith answered while she looked down and put her hands in her sweater pockets.

Mykel looked at Lillith and raised his eyebrows. “If that’s what you want, then I’m not going to stop you, but I just hope that you don’t regret it,” he said and he meant it because he could get himself the skill if he wanted to.

“I will keep it for now but I don’t want to use it until I decide whether I’m going to use it again or remove it,” Lillith replied as she looked at the others in front of them.

“Fair enough, but if I ask you to use it, would you do it?” Mykel asked.

“If it’s necessary then I will try…” Lillith answered with hesitation.

“Alright, let’s go and clear the thirteenth floor,” Mykel said as he walked to the front.

They entered the eleventh floor and all of them were surprised that there were more and more people in there. They were welcomed by all the townsmen who wandered around the floor to gather resources.

The Cavasi Kingdom had become a proper kingdom because people started to live inside and the economy started to run again. Euros was checking the area on the south when he saw Mykel and the others enter the gate.

“Oh? You guys came earlier than we thought,” Euros said as he approached them with two knights following him from behind.

“How beautiful,” Mykel said as he looked at his surroundings.

“It was all thanks to you guys that we can rebuild our world again. Everything is better than we thought thanks to the Constellations that provide us their blessings to our small world,” Euros said with his eyes staring into the bright blue sky. “Are you here to check on the twelfth floor, Hero Mykel?” he asked as he turned around to look at Mykel.

“That and we are going to clear the thirteenth floor,” Mykel answered.

“Oh? Do you need our assistance? We are always ready if you want us to go as well,” Euros asked.

“Yes, we need you guys to show us the area on the thirteenth floor,” Mykel answered as he nodded his head.

“I understand, we will go to the twelfth floor as soon as we prepare everything. You can go there first and check the Cerlid Kingdom where Rinon is at, he will show you the kingdom,” Euros said.

“Alright, you can go and prepare while we are looking at the Cerlid Kingdom,” Mykel said, then Euros left to the castle.

Mykel and the others entered the twelfth floor and looked at the condition of the Cerlid Kingdom. It looked worse than when he saw the Cavasi Kingdom, everything was ruined and the walls had holes.

“It was a lot worse than this when we came,” Gunnar said as he saw the people coming out from the portal to bring resources and help rebuild the Cerlid Kingdom.

“I never thought they could come and go so freely like this. Does that mean they can go to our world as well?” Rozan asked.

“No, I don’t think so,” Mykel said as he looked at the blue portal behind him. “That portal will lead us to our original world, so if their original world is Helmga, they will go back to Helmga. Since now their world is trapped in the tower, their original world is where the floor they were living in,” he explained and looked at them.

“Ah, now I understand,” Rozan said as he nodded his head.

Mykel entered the kingdom and the debris from the battle hadn’t been cleaned up yet. Rinon and the knights with the same light blue armor were helping the people move the heavy stuff to the side of the road.

“Busy cleaning up the mess?” Mykel asked as he walked toward Rinon.

Rinon looked at Mykel and the others and all the knights immediately stood straight and put their weapons in front of their faces. “Yes, we have been busy cleaning all the debris and it will take a while until we can properly use the kingdom for us to stay in,” he said as he looked at the remains of the buildings around him.

“We are going to clear the thirteenth floor, and since you’re busy here, I think you don’t have to come,” Mykel said.

“No, I will come and the knights are ready to go to the battlefield as well. The faster we clear the floors, the safer we will be,” Rinon replied as he looked at Mykel with a serious expression.

Mykel nodded with understanding and then Euros with the others came.

“We are ready to go, Hero Mykel,” Euros said with dozens of knights behind them.

“Let’s go,” Mykel said as he nodded his head.

They entered the red portal and they were immediately sent inside the kingdom. It looked so quiet as if there was nobody living in that massive city but they didn’t let their guard down.

“Where are we?” Mykel asked Euros.

“That monument of the first king of Peom over there indicates that we are in the center of the Peom Kingdom. But, where are the demons or the people? I can only see buildings and nothing else,” Euros answered as he looked around.

A notification appeared in front of them.

[The demons are about to have a feast, prevent them from eating the survivors in the thirteenth world!]

[You have 30 minutes before they start the feast!]

It’s the similar side quest we got when we entered the twelfth floor, boss,” Gunnar said as he looked at the notification. “We need to find them,” he continued.

“Do you have any idea where the demons would gather in this place?” Agnez asked.

Costrezeir looked around and pointed at the northwest of the kingdom with her rapier. “You see that massive cathedral over there? That cathedral is big enough to fit thousands of people inside and that was the last place where the survivors went to,” she answered.

“Let’s go straight there and kill them,” Mykel said and then all of them followed him to the cathedral.

The giant golden fences surrounded the cathedral and they could see how massive that cathedral was. It was as big as the colosseum, they saw demons wandering around the field near the cathedral.

Mykel opened the golden gate and it immediately made a loud creaking sound that was enough to attract all the demons. He sighed and punched the gate to attract all the demons including the ones inside the cathedral.

“Don’t let a single of them live,” Mykel said as he lit his cigarette.

“With pleasure,” Sven said as he charged the demon and then followed by the others.

Agnez stayed behind with Mykel and Edith. “You’re not joining them?” Mykel asked.

“No, I can feel someone has been watching us ever since we get here,” Agnez said as she turned around and looked at something hidden in the shadow. “That guy looks strong, so I will take care of him instead,” she said as she walked away.

Mykel turned around and saw a guy with a broadsword walking toward them with his black broken armor. He looked like a human but his face looked so pale that it looked a bit purple-ish, he smirked as he stared at Agnez.

Agnez charged at him and slashed her long sword but he dodged it so easily, then did a counterattack at her. She blocked it and caught her off guard because of how strong the guy was which surprised her quite a bit. “Finally, a worthy opponent,” she said with a smile on her face.

Mykel watched Agnez having a duel with that guy and they both were equally strong. He wasn’t worried because Agnez hadn’t used all her strength and she hadn’t used a single skill yet.

“Tired already?” Agnez said as she clashed her long sword with the guy’s broadsword. “That’s disappointing,” she continued as she repelled the guy’s sword and then slashed it on his chest.

The guy took a leap back and then a pair of small wings appeared from his back, he flew away and went to the field. Agnez ran past Mykel to catch up on that guy since he was her target and didn’t want the others to take it from her.

Costrezeir was dealing with the demon when she saw a group of men and women walking out of the cathedral which shocked her. “No, it can’t be…” she said as she stared at them with disbelief.

All the demons stopped attacking and then backed off when that group of men and women appeared. Gunnar and the others regrouped and looked at those pale skin people in front of them.

“Who are those guys? Are they allies?” Gunnar asked.

“No, they’re the fallen heroes that should be dead by now,” Euros answered with his eyes wide open in disbelief.


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